The event is a follow-up to the ‘Future of the press in Wales’ conference, which the university hosted in November 2011.
Robert Campbell, journalism lecturer at USW, said: “With press circulations falling, online revenues remaining elusive, and journalism facing ever tougher challenges in carrying out its democratic and community-building roles, this conference does not pretend to offer easy solution.
“Instead, it aims to establish an agenda for actions and targeted research to stimulate and inform the debate in the specific context of Wales.
“The event will comprise panel discussions, with audience questions, on themes including: the current news media landscape in Wales; revenue and ownership models, start-ups and subsidies; and the professional journalist’s role in an evolving landscape.”
The conference will run from 10am until 4pm on Saturday 7 November, at the university’s Atrium campus in Cardiff.
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